6 Predictions For Energy Policy At the 2018 Minnesota Legislature

Analysis The 2018 session looks to be an off year for energy issues at the Minnesota Legislature. Democratic Gov. [...]

What Brexit Means for UK’s Renewable Energy Development

The United Kingdom of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland has voted in yesterday’s referendum to end its membership [...]

Senate Passes Legislation Tailored to a Modern Energy Landscape

The Senate on Wednesday passed the first broad energy bill since the George W. Bush administration, a bipartisan measure [...]

The More People Know Solar, Use, Support Grow in South Carolina

THE ISSUE: Solar energy and environmental consciousness; OUR OPINION: Claflin is a major energy user already making use of sun’s energy An [...]

NERC Decries Absence of Renewable Energy Policy in Nigeria

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has decried the absence of a policy on renewable energy in the country, [...]

Farm Bill Agreement: A “Win” for Clean Energy Programs

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to take up a long-awaited agreement on the Farm Bill today. The [...]

State Renewable Energy Policy Developments – March Recap

Attacks on state renewable energy deployment policies continue in at least twenty-two states. However the news is not all [...]

Analyst: U.S. Renewable Energy Policy Is Superior To Europe’s Policies

One energy analyst is challenging the commonly held belief that European nations’ renewable energy policies are more progressive than [...]

Top Senate lawmakers see chance to revamp US energy policy

The United States needs to update its energy policy to reflect the boom in natural gas and oil production [...]

Maine: LePage unveils four energy bills

Gov. Paul LePage has unveiled four pieces of legislation aimed at reducing energy costs and expanding options for Mainers. [...]